Clothes

Clothes


Hopeful Traders

Hopeful traders collaborate with people affected by homelessness and mental illness Hopeful Traders is different to other social projects.

Rather than just reinvest profits into charities supporting those affected by homelessness and mental illness, they collaborate with people who have experienced or do still experience those issues. They are the ones who's creative talents and voice we give a platform to and they choose the organisations that we support.

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Kathaa

Kathaa

 

Kathaa is a contemporary, ethical fashion brand.  It is the brainchild of the charity Nepal Youth Foundation UK (NYF) in order to raise money for its projects which help women and children in Nepal.  100% of Kathaa’s profits go to NYF.

Kathaa’s clothing range has been made by beneficiaries of an NYF programme.  NYF freed these young women from childhood slavery and provided them with training in high-quality commercial tailoring.   By creating products for Kathaa, we are providing them with a way to financially support themselves and their families.

 

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Gung Ho

Gung Ho are a London- based, ethical brand that’s on a mission to create fashion that means more.

Born out of an ambition to push boundaries in sustainable fashion, their collections are not just handmade locally using sustainable fabrics, but they also weave more meaning into the prints by illustrating particular environmental issues. That way, you can not only wear what you love, but what you believe in.

Each collection is centred on a cause, or 'Talking Point', with our current focus on the importance of insects and the impact of pesticides. That's why every garment comes with its very own dinky minizine to give you a few key facts and info on the issue at hand.

For every item sold they donate to a charity that works with the cause in question.

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Know the Origin

KTO

Style with nothing to hide. Fairtrade and Organic ethical fashion for men and women. Know the Origin are committed to a 100% transparent production process.

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Stand4 Socks

Stand 4 Socks

"What if socks could change the world?"

Stand4 started by this simple statement when founder Josh Turner said this amongst friends casually. A bold concept, but when you stop and think about it, most of us wear socks....and if each pair has a positive impact, then why can't socks change the world?

This is because socks are rarely donated, as we wear through them and wouldn't donate old smelly socks with holes - unlike old coats or shoes. Leading to lots of foot issues for the people most in need. They went out and created the most suitable sock for homeless people, donating a pair with each we sell.

Currently our socks support 11/17 of the sustainable development goals. Allowing you to stand for a different cause each day of the week. This is represented by a small cause logo on the ankle of the sock, from education to gender quality and much more. Your sock purchase could be powering a hospital, clearing landmines to planting trees!

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Elvis & Kresse

Since 2005 Elvis & Kresse have been rescuing raw materials, transforming them into luxury lifestyle accessories and donating 50% of profits back to charities.

In 2005 Elvis & Kresse had a chance encounter with the London Fire Brigade. When they learnt that London's damaged decommissioned hoses were headed to landfill they mounted a rescue. They set up Elvis & Kresse to save it. For over a decade none of London’s fire-hose has gone to landfill and over 170 tons of material has been reclaimed.

In 2017 the Burberry Foundation partnered with Elvis & Kresse to tackle the even greater global problem of leather waste. This Five-year partnership will see at least 120 tonnes of leather off-cuts from Burberry recrafted into new luxury items, designed and sold by Elvis & Kresse.

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